Pharmacies except in high-risk areas kept open

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All pharmacies in the country, except in the districts that have been identified as high-risk and areas that have been completely sealed off due to quarantine measures, will be kept open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. a statement said. The decision has been taken by the Special Presidential Task Force on Essential Services. Issuing a statement the Prime Minister’s office said that in all districts that have been identified as being high-risk in which curfew is continuing (except for those areas that have been completely sealed off as quarantine areas), the previous method of distributing medication will continue where pharmacies will take orders over the phone and online and the medication will be delivered to residences.


  • The previous method of distributing medication will continue where pharmacies will take orders over the phone and online and the medication will be delivered to residences

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